By Walter Rutledge The Paul Taylor Dance Company will begin their 2012 season on Tuesday March 13. Continue reading
Posted in Harlem
Tagged 3 Epitaphs (1956), Arabesque (1999), Aureole, Bartered Bride, Beloved Renegade (2008), Big Bertha, Brandenburgs (1988), Cloven Kingdom (1976), Company B (1991), David H. Koch Theater, Esplanade (1975), George Fredric Handel, Gossamer Gallants, House of Cards (1981), House of Joy, Junction (1961), Mercuric Tidings (1982), Michelle Fleet, Oh, Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor Dance Company, Piazzolla Caldera (1997), Promethean Fire (2002), Roses (1985), Syzygy (1987), The Uncommitted, Three Dubious Memories (2010), Troilus and Cressida (reduced- 2006), Walter Rutledge, Walter's World:, You Kid! (1999)
By Walter Rutledge
Every artist desires longevity. Beyond the exuberance of youth, and then the serious and cerebral commitment to perfecting one’s craft there comes a time when an artist just creates. This results in a clear and uncontrived conversation between the artist and their muse; and a grateful public has the good fortune to experience the results of this loving alliance. Continue reading
Posted in Dance, Harlem
Tagged Arden Court, Brief Encounter, Company B, Dust, Esplanade, New York City Center, Oh, Orbs, Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor Dance Company, Speaking in Tongues, Three Dubious Memories, Walter Rutledge, Walter's World:, You Kid!